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Fresh update on "cannabis" discussed on  Business Beware

Business Beware

01:16 min | 39 min ago

Fresh update on "cannabis" discussed on Business Beware

"That's more revenue than the embassy generates. And you also point out that is three times the amount spent on toothpaste last year. Yes, that's really that's really crazy, crazy. It's it's grown, and there's a lot more space to grow, and that's what's even crazier is is we have barely scratched the surface. Still, we have only a fraction of the states that allow adult youth. The states that we still have a few states that don't you dare don't allow for medical use. That are starting to come more and more onboard, so there's a lot of space for growth and the new markets. Like I said Michigan, Illinois, Those have only scratched the surface as well because they're so knew, and in some ways still getting themselves established. This is great news for an economy that is needing rescue. Could could. The cannabis industry will be the one that that really saves America. I don't know that I would go that far because a lot of the problems is that because it's such a new industry because it's still not federally legal. And we don't know what a federal legal system would look like. There's a lot of things that go into how those things get structured and how the tax income and things like that. Really get you. So you're not seeing necessarily this huge. Boon for for the industry quite yet, but I think as we mature, and as we get settled into what systems work in what systems don't Well, are we have to check up on you? We have to take a quick break. We will be back with Chanel in just a moment. Give us the best website and how people can find out more about the marijuana business. Fact book, please. Best website is m j biz daily dot com slash fact. And we'll be right back. I'm Frankie Boyer, and this is cannabis talk agency and educational artists. Hi. This is Dr Phil..

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How Cannabis and THC May Affect Your Heart Health - Healthline

News, Traffic and Weather

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

How Cannabis and THC May Affect Your Heart Health - Healthline

"Millions used. They actually be hurting their hearts. And a new review of studies the organization finding cannabis use may be linked to an increased risk of heart attacks and heart failure. There have certainly been reports of people with heart rhythm abnormalities, hospitalized patients who have More complications of their heart attack, for example, when they're hospitalized with a heart attack or heart failure, Dr. Rose Marie Robertson, the deputy chief science and medical officer of the cautioning more research needs to be done after multiple studies found smoking. The TH E and cannabis could shrink blood vessels that feed the heart and lungs. I think

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Fresh update on "cannabis" discussed on  Business Beware

Business Beware

00:32 sec | 55 min ago

Fresh update on "cannabis" discussed on Business Beware

"And I think that changes the state Lakes Caroline that could really a dominant exodus. Both cannabis hunted wolves on social equity from Love it. You know, this is Such important conversation, and you mentioned earlier that One of the things that we've talked about, and not in depth, and I'd love to have you back. We're almost out of time. But I'd love to have you back at some point to talk about. The number of people that are still in prison. For just carrying Less than an ounce of of cannabis. So at some point, let's let's have you back and talk about that and love to hear your your views on that. Congratulations for all that you're doing, Jeffrey M. Zucker and thanks for being with us today on cannabis truck. Give us the website as we go to break Yet, Frankie. I look forward to coming back and.

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Illinois’ largest marijuana dispensary opens next to mall in Chicago suburb

Steve Cochran

00:22 sec | 2 d ago

Illinois’ largest marijuana dispensary opens next to mall in Chicago suburb

"Onatopp, six, A new marijuana dispensary. It opened yesterday in suburban Schomburg. It's the largest in Illinois, and some folks came from far away to buy Canada cannabis products from the Sunnyside dispensary. Which is located right next to the Woodfield Mall. It's the ninth Sunnyside store that has opened in Illinois, the

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Fresh update on "cannabis" discussed on  Business Beware

Business Beware

00:34 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "cannabis" discussed on Business Beware

"You know, I grew up in the south, actually in Charleston, South Carolina, and cannabis had always been demonized growing up, And so it was something that I didn't try for quite a long time and Um, you know, once I did try it, I realized, you know, this isn't a demon that it's been painted to be, and I started to do a lot of research on it. And you know, really be started to become a fan of this plant and the incredible benefits that it provides to so many people and Around the same time I saw legalization, adult use legalization beginning in Colorado, and that You know, being an entrepreneur that triggered Meteo think this is a great plan that you know there's already a built in market for here's an opportunity and, you know, so initially, it really was a financial opportunity. In addition to, you know, really loving the plant, and as time went on, I became As I learned, I became more and more passionate about advocacy side as I learned that there are people suffering hey and about absolutely charities. We have to take a quick break. When we come back. We will continue. There's so much more with Jeffrey Zucker and Jeff will be back in just a moment. Give your website as we go to break, please. Yeah, you can find out more green lion partners dot com. We'll be right back. I'm Frankie Boyer. Cannabis talk a dizzy and educational How'd you like to eliminate your expensive cable bill forever or get new satellite?.

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Chicago - Illinois Marijuana Sales Break Another Record, With $61 Million Sold In July

WBBM Evening News

00:33 sec | 5 d ago

Chicago - Illinois Marijuana Sales Break Another Record, With $61 Million Sold In July

"No let up in sales of recreational marijuana in Illinois month to month since May, sales of recreational marijuana in Illinois had broken previous records since legal sales began January 1st. In March, when most retail stores were shut down to help stop the spread of covert 19 recreational cannabis stores were deemed essential and remained open. A record breaking sales month in June saw 13.4 million in sales, according to the Chicago Tribune. Now sales for July have shattered that record by nearly fivefold, with $61 million reported for the month. Brandon Ison NewsRadio 105.9 FM.

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Fresh update on "cannabis" discussed on  Business Beware

Business Beware

02:41 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "cannabis" discussed on Business Beware

"It's a show about living in today's world. I think something is happening. Frankie enthusiastically brings an amazing, eclectic mix to the airwaves Get that right. One of the reasons she's earned legions of loyal fans is very simple. When you listen to the franking, Boyer show, You just never know what's going to happen. So listen for yourself here. Nikki Boyer and welcome it is cannabis talk Hz and educational. Joining us today is a serial entrepreneur Jeffrey Zucker and his Topics go from Really straight. Film design technology hospitality. And cannabis. Very, very wide collection of interest. Jeffrey, Welcome to the program is a real pleasure to have you with us right here on account of his stark A dizzy and educational odyssey with Frankie Boyer. Yeah, I'm happy to be here. Appreciate the invite. So, Geoffrey, What's it like for you as an entrepreneur? Getting getting ready to deal with the fact that Today. Many states had cannabis as an essential during covert and still is an essential business for many people, especially people with ongoing illnesses. But what's it like for you? Should be an entrepreneur during this time of covert Yeah, I mean, it's definitely interesting Learning experience, you know, were obviously an unprecedented situations. You know when it comes to canvas specifically, I think it's been great to see that certain states have been acknowledging that it's crucial for patients. But the same time you know, there's still a schedule one substance They're still people. In jail for this plant. And so that's something that I think is crucial for cannabis companies to always be a part of his advocacy and trying, Tio not only changed the laws but also get people out of jail and expunge records. Absolutely. There was a breaking news story today that we need to talk about, and it's about marijuana and heart disease and what you need to know and one of the News stations that was covering the story this morning and we'll talk about the study. In just a moment. It just came out and Lots of questions, lots and lots of questions, but one of the reporter said. Because it's because it's such a It's so difficult to research. Category one drug will we really? Ever find out what the rial Story is and I think that's a fair question to ask because it's still illegal in this country. Yes, I agree with you. I mean, I think that thean important note to take with any research studies that air coming out of the U. S. Is just that. Many of the studies are anecdotal or observational, and if they are federally backed studies, then there's only one location from which they can get cannabis and from researchers. I've talked to the federal cannabis is nothing like what you'd actually get on the market and therefore, you know, doesn't really help the studies be accurate. Right, but one of the studies that did come out and we would be remiss if we didn't mention it is from the Harvard Health Publishing Harvard Medical School right here in Cambridge. And They say access to To marijuana is growing. But marijuana benefits in his Ricks risks have not been carefully studied, and the one study that they're looking at Is cannabis smoking and heart disease, and I I just want people to know that Cannabis. Marijuana cultivation dates back, they say, 6000 years. And so I mean, this plant has been used for many, many Periods of our our history. Ritually the resin, the actual tinctures the oils. I mean, it's been around for a very, very long time. And we know That for many people, as we've said, it is a lifesaver. It is an absolute lifesaver. And this article that that I have from Harvard actually says that some of the strongest evidence supports the medical use for chronic pain and managing chronic pain in the cannabinoid. Compounds have had tremendous effect in In helping pain, helping with nausea, helping with vomiting. Helping with appetite and It makes marijuana a therapeutic option for people who are coping with side effects of chemotherapy and and other issues. I mean, that's very exciting to see that Absolutely. I mean, I think that Cannabis is starting to be recognized more and more in the modern era as ah, true medicine and but you know, going back and seeing its history is, you know really important, And I think you know, in terms of this study that came out it's important thing very important for us to note what's being found. But that said, it's also a highlight to show that you know, we need to open up research. Absolutely. I often speak people about You know what this industry need the most. It needs very thorough, extensive research and you know they're certain countries like Israel that are doing some great studies with high quality cannabis, but That's such an important aspect of being able to grow this industry safely in the U. S. Rage. I want to go back to the study because what they're saying about Cardi cardiovascular health is that people with established heart disease? So this is not If you do not have heart disease. This does not relate to you. They're saying people with established heart disease who are under stress. And that developed Could develop chest pain more quickly if they've been smoking. Then they would have otherwise. And this is because of the complex effects of the cannabinoids have on the cardiovascular system, including raising resting heart rate. Violating blood vessels and making the heart pump harder. And researchers suggest that the risk of heart attack is several times higher in the hour after smoking cannabis and it would be normally And while it does not, and I want to repeat this, while this does not pose a significant threat to people who have minimal cardiovascular risk, it should be a red flag to anyone with a history. Of heart disease. And although the evidence is weaker, there is also linked to a higher risk of arterial, You know, strokes immediately following Cannabis use. We have more research to do And as you said Israel Has been leading leading The race with this and really, and truly doing some great great jobs with this research, And so I just You know, I'm I just think it's interesting. It's an interesting study. I want to know. More as you do. I'd like to know who the participants were. What kind of heart disease do they have? What was their age? You know, I mean, we're just being told some of the basics and not enough. Of the details of this study, don't you think? Yes, I agree with you. I think that in order for us to really evaluate what it means. We definitely need those details. And I think you know it should certainly put people with cardiovascular disease on high alert in terms of their cannabis consumption, But it also you know, shouldn't stop that Mrs. Helping them right now. They should be careful. They should talk to their doctors. And, you know, maybe avoid smoking and use other inhalation or other ingestion method or even topic. ALS. Right, Right. Right. So, Jeffrey, what was it about The cannabis industry. That led you to to get involved..

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Marijuana in California: How the state's legalization of weed has not destroyed the black market

60 Minutes

03:13 min | 6 d ago

Marijuana in California: How the state's legalization of weed has not destroyed the black market

"For decades, pot farmers have hauled their weed on this winding, remote road. A lot of it grown on family farms like Casey O'Neil's. They've been here since the seventies. He's he has just 45 marijuana plants. He calls them his ladies and their tucked between his rose of vegetables all the canvas in this row Strawberry Valley. Good show. O'Neill, who spent time in jail for cultivating marijuana before it was legal, was one of the first to get a license after Prop 64 past. I grow cannabis because I really love it. I like to consume it. I like to be around it. It's something that Provides my being and consciousness with tremendous love and support. But his being in consciousness is getting strangled by red tape and a laundry list of requirements that don't make sense to growers like weighing marijuana leaves. Which is the part of the plan. You don't smoke and can't get you high. I must take all of the leaf that comes off the plant. I must weigh it. I must record the weight and I must put it in a locked compost facility, so it's just side. Big brother. The worry with believes that it's his hand smoke, believe. Why does it matter? Exactly Then there's the cost of operating legally a major reason, O'Neill says. Farmers he knows have decided to keep growing and selling marijuana illegally. For most people out here, the opportunity to participate does not exist the barriers to entry or too high. Costs are too high. The skill sets are too low. The flip side of it is, people are not going to jail for cannabis. And what's the cost to you? So when you factor in consulting fees You know, I just did a back of the napkin calculation. And over the last 34 years, I'm well over 50,000 into it $50,000 for white permits for permits for consulting $2500 a year for the Waterboard discharge permit. It's $750 a year for the pond permit. It's 1350 application fee to the county, plus another 6 75 when they actually give you the permit annually. Farm, this tiny for the smallest farm that there is, and that's one of the problems. Is that what does that do Your profits? What profits you not make any money right now? So where's the money being made in California? Turns out in the very place legalization was supposed to destroy the black market, which often operates out of storefronts like this in strip malls around the state. Susan listen, shops don't have to pay for state and local permits and conceal marijuana much cheaper because they don't charge customers marijuana taxes, which could reach as high as 45%. So it's cheaper and easier to buy pot on the black market, which is three times larger than the legal one. Unlike other industries, we have this kind of in the shadows unspoken about competitors, right and So it's like it's not like California's fully raging, fully legal really were building to fully regulated state, but we're not. We're certainly not there yet

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Fresh update on "cannabis" discussed on The Fullerton Financial Hour

The Fullerton Financial Hour

01:20 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cannabis" discussed on The Fullerton Financial Hour

"From 10 a.m. to 12 noon, and by extension, you could always access my website through the week. Lots of articles that we post up brand new articles. There's also a lot of Facebook activity there. There's instagram. There's Twitter. And it's all there at Dr bob dot com. Check it out. Doctoroff bob dot com Always spell out the word doctor. Dr bob dot com. Okay, so the the stoners Potheads. They're going to hate on me on this one. But cannabis is bad for your heart. That's what doctors are warning. On the American Heart Association, who reviewed the available evidence now recommends avoiding marijuana to protect your heart in a scientific statement. The American Heart Association said smoking cannabis or marijuana guns, whatever maybe has some some of the same harms as tobacco, which is known To be a leading cause of death worldwide, and it damages your heart in your lungs. Of course, the research has shown that recreational drug Use of cannabis. May have Well, so let's put it this way if you eat it. And you have nausea from chemotherapy. Or you have recalcitrant glaucoma. Yeah. Aiken. Why not is certainly beat some of the drugs that are used. But if you're smoking it Those chemicals that are coming off that's burned cannabis can cause heart rhythm problems. Abnormalities of your heart blood pressure issues We know Psycho sees the list goes on and on. It's not worth it. Find another way to get high, please. All right, Let's go back to your telephone calls and questions. Next up is dug in Mesa. Welcome to the program. Doug. Hello. I'm good. How are you? I'm good. So my question is. I'm 67 years old. Pretty decent health. I've had red eyes. I've been to everybody. And I don't know having nothing. Anyone could do it, But they just look okay E R. Maybe there is OK. No, there is something you could do for red eyes. One We know that red eyes can be caused by vitamin B complex deficiency and vitamin C deficiency. So what I would suggest you do for the next month because it's going to take some time is take 500 milligrams of vitamin C with queer sittin in it, which is like a sea complex. There's also called something called purely See by North American urban spice and get this at natural grocers. It's a whole food form of vitamin C. Don't go out by a score, Big ass. Get something called like pure, purely sea by North American urban spice and take like maybe two or three capsules of that a day, along with maybe 50 milligrams of B complex twice daily. Okay, that's where we That's where we've yet next. Next. Some people who have dry eyes is because or red eyes is because they're dry. They're irritated. There's something wrong, even though it may not feel that way, so Omega fatty acid deficiency can also be in play here. So you need to be taking about 7000 milligrams of either a salmon oil or a flax seed oil first thing in the morning on an empty stomach, and that'll usually solve it. And then last go into the health food store. There's a company called similar Lezin. They have an actual homeopathic remedy for dry eyes, and it'll actually say dry eye. Call me a paddock remedy dry eye all that other stuff, re Stasis and mirroring. It's total crap. Little Excuse me back. There is crap and it won't work and it will actually make the problem even worse. So homeopathic similar lays in the Red eye formula. I should say, B complex vitamin C Omega three fatty acids. Drink more water. Blink, Mohr. You'll be a lot better off. All right. Thank you very much. For your phone call. Next up. We say hello to Glenn in Peoria. Welcome to the show. Glenn. Hello. Hi. How you doing, buddy? Do good. My question is borderline diabetic. When I go get my my blood work done. They always tell me on the borderline diabetic but 108 I have friends. It's up 200 they say they're bored line. I beg really number four. Well, yeah, it's what's the really number that's like trying to figure out what the real number is with. Corona Virus Cove in number They used to believe or not. They used to say anything under 140 was pre diabetic. Anything over that. You know, it's a diabetic. Well, I got bad news for you today. Glen, you are diabetic. Prediabetes starts, in my estimation, because it's all about our perspective. Now, if you want to wait until something breaks before you fix it, that's medical care. Whereas when we dio integrated, functional medicine, we say, Look, you know, it's sort of like somebody's saying to you if you were a female. Oh, you're just a little pregnant because you're a weak pregnant. Well, you're pregnant at one week or you're pregnant. At nine months. You're still pregnant. And in this case, you're still a diabetic. Whether you are at 108 or 109 or 1 40 Prediabetes starts at about 90 milligrams per, desolate er of glucose on a.

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Two Are Questioned In Chicago's Windy City Cannabis Burglary On Weed Street

WBBM Morning News

00:33 sec | Last week

Two Are Questioned In Chicago's Windy City Cannabis Burglary On Weed Street

"Police made short work of an alleged attempted burglary of a marijuana dispensary on the north side over the weekend least responded to a call of a burglary in progress at windy City cannabis on Weed Street in the Goose Island neighborhood. Be sometimes says two people were taken into custody, one of them in possession of what were called burglary tools. Windy city cannabis opened at that location, Little less than a month ago, the company has four suburban locations. In late May 4 Pot dispensaries in Chicago were looted following protests of the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd.

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Addressing Misconceptions About Cannabis and the Endocannabinoid System w/ The Doctors Knox (From BTS #31)

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

07:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Addressing Misconceptions About Cannabis and the Endocannabinoid System w/ The Doctors Knox (From BTS #31)

"Even with all the gold standard ladies in the world, every individual is different in, so we're GONNA have to take the time to listen to our patients and ourselves right in patients thereby. Ourselves as as lesions, our bodies in determining your West best friends, the instrument timing and that's GonNa be processed one hundred percent of us. Yeah, we knowing everything absolutely. Yeah, and this leads into we've we've kind of touched on a couple of things here, but one thing I wanted to make sure to ask all of you, or what are some of the the most significant prevalent conceptions that you encounter about? Either Cannabis or the Indo can navigate system. That just sort of keep coming up for you that you're having to address frequently. Still Minced Society. Leading. Systematic wrist really. Interesting, and that's not I. Mean you know the end up? Nominated system is primary components are all identified when nineteen ninety five. Graduated Permits Medical School in Boston Twenty twelve. Almost twenty years later, not one word of the. Is Done. Was Talk to us and you know they say it takes seventeen years for. The findings of research to trickle down into application. But you know it's been well past seventeen years at this point and most recently, I heard that something like thirteen percent of medical schools are. Medical will also nursing schools. Starting to mention, there might be. Might be medicinal, so yeah, you know. When you have clinicians who you are well into their careers, and they never heard of this thing and the only context in which they have heard about. It is what cannabis is dangerous, and it's a drug of abuse to gateway drug, and it makes people lazy and stupid like it's. It's hard to undo some of that Some of that that education right like I will sometimes say that the war on drugs. And specifically on cannabis with some of the most effective propaganda that we'd have right people. We've seen patients who are who are on their deathbeds, and literally will still not try cannabis because all of the things they know about it. Is Mind Boggling to me. Because even thought you know, cannabis really wasn't the devils. Lettuce might be willing to try it if I thought it was way to save my life. There's a lot stigma and fear and just missed and this. has to be. Unprocessed deep process deprogrammed, and it's at work, which is why we do always start with this history and science. because. Once? They understand that odor isn't a system mayor. Then they'll then they'll. They'll get on board, but there are still some. Don't even want to accept that. Apology. System Yeah I heard. We Croak intimate. Pro Canvas relate. And if the science overwhelmingly speaks to the benefit of cannabis. I mean that doesn't make us I s right. The science of from college at candidates speaks for itself. The physiology speaks for itself in. We're just excited to talk about it because we believe that it is. Is! or should be the target of all therapeutic. We're galleys as far as the now until bigger bigger than end of Natalie Dome and Adenoid always it. So how can we you know about entity dome? especially with respect to this function which leads to disease, how can we apply our knowledge of plant pharmacology, even modern molecular drug from ecology to modulate working with it to reverse disease to do not taking grow cannabis approach. That's not what we're advocating it inherently. Yes, we this is pro cannabis. I will say I'm not ashamed that I advocate for cannabis legalization. And for Science and medical informed regulation. I'm proud to say that, but we're not. You. Know shooting in the dark here, right? recognized. Cannabis can be used as a tool to do for health. has been able to do thus far envy. Believe that we should be taking. A, very intentional chance on this almost commodity on this wellness that's. Not Lost on us that. Need to mitigate risks. Are Risks that come with using Hannah's Kennedy misuse and abuse. Yes, it. But yeah, but how do we also provide opportunity to optimize consumer patients variance with cannabis ray, so kimmy find that sweet spot in the middle. Where were protecting people but also helping the? Doctor mentioned before. Now. We want to shoot that paradigm. because. Cannabis has been considered a drug abuse day in Conventional Medicine is star well, maybe a hassle mic uses. We want shit that I know Dizzy Medicine I. You. Properly you know in in all different forms. You know whenever you're treating. You can get a good result. The problem? Is it just like a lot of medical? Opiates for example. They do have a potential for abuse misuse. Overuse! Allah things. But you know when you read the literature. Concerned about everything from addiction. To. Particularly Children, you know what's the damage to the developing brain rain all the? Negative things. That when we're talking about appropriate medical use of cannabis. Those really are not a big issue because you're using it in a way with a purpose in dosages that we just don't see snow saints are only Sneezing Bay related about. Damaging to the. Jenner, changes in Nike. A motivational central addiction. Those I'll, he's on long term high dose laughers the. Inch. Is Not Medicinal show. When you're. Just like everything in medicine, it's a risk benefit ratio. And Wigan at the risk, profile cannabis. It is safer than ninety nine percent of the pharmaceuticals on the mark.

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What are the best hemp oil benefits?

Business Rockstars

04:03 min | 3 weeks ago

What are the best hemp oil benefits?

"Dr CASS Ingram, the head boil. Miracle is one of his books The power of raw Whole food, hemp. Oh, you're better health, Dr CASS Ingram. If you wouldn't mind. You haven't done this in a while and we love when you do this, If you could go back to ancient times and how this plant has been used routinely because you write about it in this magnificent little book, the hemp oil Miracle. And you and you write about the history of hamper. I mean, we've We have many of us had no clue that this was used. For for eons of thousands and thousands of years. Well, you have this Neolithic carvings or painting for about 10,000 BC, where that shows that they were farming hemp and using it as a drug. And the ancient Chinese were using the seed and the plant medicinal, of course. You had the Turks about 10,000 BC. The Mongols Who were raising the seed and using that as a gruel for sick people to get them to recover. It had so much nutrition You have your synth Ian's about 1800 BC five RBC who used to take the more him the more cannabis type him the more more marijuana type, and they would They would. They would throw it on hot rock to then go into a wild frenzy dance as they inhaled the fumes. So, obviously that That was powerful in the time before we hyper dies that manipulated his kind of messed up. And you have, of course, the Islamic on the Greeks who made a anaesthetic from opium or running from him would be almost like the hashish type. And that anesthetic they used for surgery. They weren't getting high on it or something they used. It is a drug to sedate people. They couldn't feel the knife. Feel the surgical I mean, then you had the Indian people who used it as a therapeutic aid, But they would also kind of get a little bit hallucinatory. They would overused it on purpose. They would put it in men's milk. They called it With other spices. But mainly, they used it. Medicinal e ru vedek use such that the British positions. You know, they conquered India right? They found the Indians using that they began doing clinical studies. On him back in about 18 40 that cannabis indica in every doctor's bag back about 18 82 1930 till it got banned. They even banned the drug, right so What kind of hand did not? Yes. So what is hemp Oil? Make the distinction for us, Please. You have hemp oil either from marijuana, or you have it from him Industrial hemp, and what That is, is the resident. The resins and the cannabinoids. Turpin's All the different aromatic compounds you're taking. The oil fraction out of the plant. Now that could could be done by so cannon and alcohol. You could soak it in. Although there's a fatty Fatty layer or fatty component's and it's not the seed. Forget the seat. You compress the seed and make an oil. That's different. This is the plan itself with flour. It could be done with hex ain. This is common now. Beauty and gas, propane gas. And other petro chemicals. You used those to extract out the oil phase or go to which is carbon dioxide, which is harmless, But it's the best one do. That's kind of how it's done.

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Fizz Fizz, with Fantastic History of Food

Your Brain on Facts

03:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Fizz Fizz, with Fantastic History of Food

"Medicine men even published their own version of the farmer's ALMANAC with handy information about whether in crops and animals, and of course lots and lots of their ads. And the things they would write those ads. Swims. Panacea purportedly cured all belette diseases, including scruffy La chronic rheumatism ulcers, old sores boils and car bungles, diseases of the spines and wasting smedley Chili paste cured SCIATICA, rheumatism, sore throat Lumbago gouty pains and bronchitis among other things. Halls coca wine was invaluable for cases of influenza, sleeplessness, anemia and mental fatigue. And Lydia Penguins Vegetable compound seems to be able to cure women of anything, not just female troubles. Apparently, it was a curable, but only for half of the population. I've got to read you. One of their ads Lydia e Pinkham Vegetable compound is positive cure for all those painful complaints and weaknesses so common to our best female population, it will cure entirely the worst form of female complaints, all very troubles, inflammation and ulceration, fallings and displacements, and the consequent spinal weakness, and is particularly adapted to the change of life it will dissolve and expelled tumors from the uterus in an early stage of development, the tendency to cancerous humors. There is checked very speedily by its use. It removes maintenace flatulence. He destroys all creating stimulants and relieves weakness the stomach it cures, bloating headaches, nervous, prostration, general debility, sleeplessness, depression, and indigestion that feeling of bearing down causing pain, wait and backache is always permanently cured by its use it will at all times, and under all circumstances act in harmony with the laws that governed the female system. For the cure of kidney complaints of either sex. This compound is unsurpassed. It goes onto also plug. No Family should be without Lydia Pink Liver Pills, they cure constipation, billion and torpedo of the liver. Good stuff! So, what was in these bottles of snake oil? Very rarely oil of snake, which is hard to source. Ingredients ranged from benign but unhelpful like tincture of mallow route to. A dangerous. Many patent medicines contained significant levels of alcohol opium, morphine, cocaine, basically anything that would make the end user good, so they think it was working the fact that many of these medicines were made with highly addictive drugs was probably good for repeat business as well. While patent medicines were hot sellers. They weren't without their detractors. In nineteen o five and nineteen, six Collier's magazine ran a series of. Articles by Samuel Hopkins Adams entitled the Great American fraud which exposed many of the deceitful and unsafe methods practiced by patent medicine manufacturers. Exposes like these and other grassroots efforts helped bring about the first federal, food and Drug Act in Nineteen, oh six. Now drug labeling had to include a list of ingredients not. Of them just certain concerning things like heroin, chloroform, cannabis and of course alcohol. And Manufacturers were prohibited from making unproven and unprovable claims. Cocaine wouldn't be banned from freely available patent medicines until nineteen o nine. The Classic Sodas. We know and love. Today got their start as patent medicines. Before? We addressed the to soda elephants in the room. The brands so big that apparently they had a war in the nineteen eighties, which I was less aware of than our impending war with Russia which never came to pass, but did give us a glut of heavily accented movie villains,

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Scientists believe cannabis could help prevent, treat coronavirus

Mason & Ireland

01:42 min | Last month

Scientists believe cannabis could help prevent, treat coronavirus

"Team of Canadian scientists believes it is found strong strains of cannabis that could prevent or treat corona virus infections. Wow, researchers from the University of Lethridge. Says a study shows at least thirteen cannabis plants are high in. That appeared to affect the pathways. That bug uses to access the body. Okay, now that you know this, will you partake in even more cannabis than you already do in an effort to fight off the corona virus well, I would welcome those scientists to make a recommendation. It's like it's like a wine menu. Hey try the BUBBA og. They say quote. We were totally stunned. At first then we were really happy. Which? Sense I certainly doing well. And I don't. I can't tell you that it is necessarily weed or cannabis, as I like to call it when I being professional bought. I do have a variety of different. Flavors strains of cannabis that I that I do use and maybe you know maybe my purple Kush is what is keeping me safe from corona virus. I think that's what your role with one more quote from the scientists quote, our work could have a huge influence. There aren't many drugs that have the potential of reducing infection by seventy eighty percent. Wow! He told the Calgary Herald so your nightly. Cannabis intake may actually be helping you fight off the virus

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Culture Plating vs DNA Testing for Microorganisms in Cannabis w/ Kyle Boyar (From BTS #29)

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

06:12 min | Last month

Culture Plating vs DNA Testing for Microorganisms in Cannabis w/ Kyle Boyar (From BTS #29)

"I'll start with the ancient technology which is plaguing It's been around for some time, and basically this is where you take your sample. You add some sort of. Growth medium right DPW TRIPTYCH soy broth. Yeah Classic Classic growth mediums basically. You put that in with your sample. Typically a one gram sample. It really just depends on what state you're in other industries use lot larger sample sizes. Something like you know anywhere from five twenty five grams, or even upwards of fifty grams really just depends on what you're testing right, but since candidates is a very precious commodity. People don't want to give up their. You Know Ultra high quality stuff more than a gram, so that's typically what we see out there in the marketplace. But, basically you're, you're homogenising your sample. Usually the stomach or By hand massaging and then you're taking that and you're taking a small sub sample of that, and then pleading it as a basically placing that inaugurating the plate, and then you know streaking it or basically spreading it uniformly across the plate surface. And then you're incubating bat depending on what you're testing for, you may incubate it for you know. From Twenty five to twenty seven sees what's typically done for Aspergillus five seven days seven days type thing. But it's going to differ for every different microorganism that you're testing for and then you're basically taking whatever you dilute it at, so you're counting. The colony is on the plate, and then we'll play it by that dilution factor, and now you have a colony forming unit gram readout. That is typically your standard readout that you see in just about everywhere. I mean while QBC are is. Very commonly accepted now in the cannabis industry when it comes to things like total count tests, you do have to convert that seek value or cycle of quantitative will get into a bit more later, but you have to convert that value into something that is acceptable for regulators, which is that a few Graham Now plaguing. Good because it is only enumerated, what is actually viable within the sample, right? And so a lot of people aren't concerned about what's dead in a sample, or what was left over and so that is an advantage of planning a disadvantage of planning is that some of these things don't grow very well and culture It depends again. What type of mediums here using what types of Brasier using There's a number of factors that contribute to how well something cultures on a plate so I would say those are kind of like the high, A. The highpoints of pleading and the potential drawbacks of it but then there's molecular methods like Qpr. QVC are right, so this is quantitative polymerase chain reaction so for those of your listeners that are familiar with polymerase chain reaction. Now this is just monitoring that reaction in real time using different flora fours. And so you're basically typically QC are run is forty cycles You are looking at you know. How quickly does amplify so and then at the point at which crosses the threshold, so you set that threshold to remove any background, the point at which your QBC our signal crosses that threshold is what we call a cycle of quantitative, so that is the point at which. which it is crossing that threshold line and the actual cycle number so basically the earlier of a C Q, You have that means that the earlier or sorry. The the greater presence of your target there is because it's a amplifying quicker, whereas if it's amplifying later than that means you had less of your target, so that would be a higher cq. Value, right? And so I guess the disadvantage with QBC are is that you aren't just selectively? Amplifying is alive. You are getting everything DNA DNA. So you're going to amplify everything and some people push back and say well. Hey, isn't that to our detriment? You know. If you have a bunch of dead stuff on there well, why am I failing for dead stuff? That just doesn't make sense well a couple of things there right so in the context of things like Aspergillus or micro toxin producing. Well. If there's a bunch of that leftover well, that could be indicative that you have mycotoxin your sample now. Of course, many states have opted for mycotoxin testing things like apple. Toxins and ochre toxin. And so that that checks that box right, but still it's good to know and a lot of people have this misconception that because you're only. Oh, sorry, 'cause! You're amplifying all of these things, right? That you're gonNA fail more as a result, but actually we find that. At least in my experience, it was the opposite. And I think the reasoning for that is. and. I guess this is another drawback of planning that I forgot to mention in. This is a perfect tie-in. Well, there's a lack of selectivity. Typically when you're planning something. You're using right selective growth media. That are supposed to foster the growth of a particular class of microbial contaminants now. There's grows mediums. There's also antibiotics that are used for selection in this case, and as we all know, antibiotics are being A. Microorganism, becoming more and more resistance, these things and just because you select for it, based on an antibiotic or some sort of growth medium doesn't necessarily mean that off target organism growth isn't going to happen so what? The the publications that medicinal! Of have done of showed is that there is a significant amount of Tara growth happening especially in the context of police mold plates. And depending on what state you're in typically limits around ten thousand CFU's program. But if you're getting off growth, you're counting dots that are actually not e- mold. You're counting oftentimes bacteria, and so this of course leads inflated accounts, more failures, and so people have this aversion to moving toward QVC are because they think that's going to happen. More frequently, but really it's the opposite because you're using targeted primers, you are selectively amplifying only for the class of organisms that you're looking for. You don't have the potential for off target growth in that case.

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"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

02:29 min | Last month

"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"Three seconds past and the whole team said Fuck Yeah. We're GONNA open today, and and we get and and and so it it it's always. We were always very conscious of our prisoners. And from the first day we opened Arbor site. You could come in. Are you didn't have any money to buy we? Or your medicine and you could write a letter to prisoner that we would pay the postage for. And? We would facilitate who the prisoners were, and where you could write to them. We had a whole three ring binder of all these prisoners. And people would write letters. We give you at the end of of submitting letter to our on Buds Department for Graham of Free Week at and you get a grim free reign, we and so last prisoner, Roger is sort of the latest and most ambitious and I hope most effective. Effort that Stephen I have I have. Undertaken to date to remember not forget our campus prisoners. and now that we haven't industry that's generating billions of dollars, and now that we have legalisation in many many states, many many places and countries. it it is. It is past time for our industry in our community to get everybody out. So we started last prisoner project about. I don't know fifteen months ago a little bit more than a year ago. And it was just me and Steve. And we we We had one or two other people very quickly. Join our team, and and and and we're still a very small team. And and our mission is very simple. One get every canvas prisoner on earth out of prison to make sure their record is expunged and three make sure that they can reintegrate into society with housing and a job, a job training and hopefully last prisoner project can work with others to make sure that that training and that employment happens as much as possible within the cannabis industry to the extent that the. The prisoner with light to work in the cannabis industry ally. These folks got busted for growing weed or selling. We well, that's what we do. Not We grow and sell we so it makes sense are have skills along those lines, and we.

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"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

04:09 min | Last month

"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"You know from time to time we will engage our our customers to write a letter campaign, or or make some phone calls but you know. The the the we have to show up and be an and make these demands of our elected officials in a lot of starts at the local level, so if you can't support a trade organization that's doing this work, or he can't support legal on cannabis company that might be representing new in a trade association doing this where? Ben Show up at a city council meeting. If there's almost always a mechanic is on the agenda of Neighborhood Group Meetings City Council meetings. A lots of local government and stakeholder group meetings are talking about cannabis. Now show up. Make. Your voices heard the political processes messy. It's frustrating. You go to these meetings in you spend hours there. Everybody talks and talks and talks doesn't seem like lot happens, and that's the political process. That's democracy. And if we don't want. Politicians. Like Donald Trump steamrolling over us than we have to go to these meetings. Show up and we have to participate so that's the best thing that you know. As as you pointed out with When something like the murder George Floyd happens up. People are more motivated inspired to to show up and we. We have to keep doing that work, not just went. A particular occurrence that. Inflames, Our rage, our anger, and our our sense of injustice. We have to sustain. At that activism. On the day to day, and I'm hopeful variable that this the the moments that were were experiencing right now. Will. Perhaps lead to more sustained efforts. over the term here. Because you know we've got an election coming up and and cannabis's is GonNa be on the ballot in a couple places not as many places as we thought because of the pandemic stopping signatures from being collected. But it's going to be on the ballot and and I'm certainly I think the presidential elections here in America of the election will have to deal with canvas legalization a lot more than. It was dealt with during the last election. Right? We've seen a lot of energy come to the streets in the last month, and certainly it's focused primarily on the on the racial aspect of George Floyd murder, but my sense is, there's there's a lot of pent up energy from a lot of things in cannabis might be part of that, but as you say, you gotTa Show Up, you got to. To be involved, educate yourself talked people. It isn't a binary, yes, or no black and white sort of resolution is going to be messy sort of process I want to ask you about the last prisoner project. I've been wanting to have someone on to talk about that for a while. It's big important topic so I know you're involved. Yes, the last prisoner project is is one of these efforts. That Stephen I been wanting to do for a long time. You know when you've been busted by law enforcement life we have. An had dozens literally dozens and dozens and dozens of people. We know love us by law enforcement people. died as a result of being busted by law enforcement that we know and love. And then, when he start a dispensary like harbourside at the time that we started it the our very first date, we opened October. Third, two thousand and six of fans were rating dispensaries in Hayward. which is the town right next door to Oakland. And and we had a little meeting before we opened that day, and the meat meeting went. Like this, should we open.

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"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

03:11 min | Last month

"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"Was Sixty two percent sixty one percent of US huge majority in in this time we're living in where where you know. You're lucky to win with fifty two percent of the vote. If you're politician running for office in America these days, even those days we've been. You know pretty much equally divided between the two parties in this country for a number of decades now so it was quite a big mandate, and and that's when. It dawned on the entire movement that Denison and Brownie Mary. Were right and that the the medical cannabis Frayne was the right way for us to affect a large amount of change in a short amount of time. And and then we've seen you know the medical efficacy of cannabis just present itself in in lots of different ways, other than just helping people with HIV. AIDS in Wetherby kids with epilepsy, which we? Sort of pioneering we wars, or whether it be people with cancer, senior citizens, just trying to make the pain go away from being a senior citizen, our seeing all of these medical wellness applications for cannabis since two fifteen and now I think we all sort of learned that. Cannabis is a wellness product I. And a something to sort of enjoy second and I hope that we will always consider cannabis, a wellness product i. And and and whatever fun recreation. Wherever were I? Don't like those words. Generally I like wellness, because that's what cannabis really does, and any you four defects that happened because we are interacting cannabis. Are Secondary to the wellness events for me. Couple of great points made their social change comes from the heart. We may have seen another emotional tipping point recently, obviously with the way people been out in the streets in response to the George, Floyd incident, and we may be on the cusp of another sweeping social change in that regard interesting from the candidates perspective that it was really human suffering that was that tipping point and you guys were able to harness that in ways that nobody had thought of yet. Well yeah you know whenever you're trying to do something like an prohibition of cannabis. You'd have to develop strategies to do that. And the the initial strategies going all the way back to the jazz, age and the Knicks. and you may remember the famous Ginsburg Fisher wears wearing the placard that says pot is fine on. It that that is earned in into pop culture. Lexicon..

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"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

05:04 min | Last month

"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"Welcome to the podcast. Andrew Diangelo. Thank you for having me on today, so we're just pulling out of covid nineteen sort of There's lots going on out there. Are you you being safe at home? I am being safe at home. I'm being very cautious. I do have. Obligations that take me outside of the home from time to time with my duties, but for the most part I'm able to work from home. Me To wear a mask as much as I can. When I'm out, try to avoid crowds scary times for sure. Yeah, I think it's important to be cautious. I also think it's important for our voices to be heard right now, so folks that need to do that. should try to do that as safely as possible. Absolutely I wanted to kick off. Off by saying, you know you've got a big footprint in the bay area through your work with the harbourside dispensary, but what a lot of people might not realize you had a career as an actor before all this I did that was my first while my second dream as a young man was to be a professional stage and film actor. Yes, that's right. Tell us about that and how it led you to where you are today, sure while I like a lot of little kids I wanted to be a professional athlete, so that was my first dream and lighten. Ninety nine point nine percent of US you know I was not able to be a professional actor, a professional athlete, but then in high school I got bit by the theater bog and the cannabis bug basically at the same time so I started smoking weed and and all those. Awareness. Is that come into you when you first encounter, cannabis began to happen to me and I and I just happened to also be in high school acting class at that time. and I learned in the acting class that my fellow. Actors, in the class, all like to smoke cannabis to, and so I was able to bond with a group of people that also were into cannabis and creativity. And that was something that got me really excited..

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China demands India punish those behind deadly clashes

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

China demands India punish those behind deadly clashes

"Dutch fireworks China researchers says boom it's seeking in who Brooklyn study a peaceful sewage and elsewhere resolution water as say New York that to illegal City its Himalayan and drug other border use municipalities dispute in Amsterdam with India register tailed following loads off considerably the death of complaints of twenty in the first Indian month soldiers for many of fireworks the coronavirus in the most a parade violent locked on the fourth confrontation down of in July the Netherlands but in decades try having to listen the K. to them W. the almost foreign R. ministry research every says night institute these both says are sides the sounds want the to reductions of resolve illegal the matter possibly fireworks caused through dialogue from by the city lack of and rooftops tourists consultation visiting and streets the Dutch capital and make efforts I and can to the imagine ease closure of the nightclubs situation and save anthems copies cannabis I'm fine and has quality coffee this shops many fireworks are in magnets the border region for that's foreign what's however visitors on your China's city although residents foreign there minister are like also Jason widely it's he a monkey was used could by posting injure the city's punish on Twitter residents those are behind to asking the deadly win clashes at and the Dutch it's throughout between government the announces forces the northeast lockdown and is warning they've it already New included Delhi been coffee more not than shops thirteen to underestimate in the establishments hundred China's fireworks that were determination closed related down complaints to the safeguard measure to led the city's to a what brief noise it spate considers hot line of panic through its the sovereign first buying of territory half pot of the month and long twenty queues usually in June outside troops there coffee reportedly just shops a few killed people dozen authorities in a confrontation said Julie that Walker take while away China sales New suffered York would an be unknown permitted number of I'm casualties Charles the last I'm month Charles the last month

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China demands India punish those behind deadly clashes

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

China demands India punish those behind deadly clashes

"Dutch fireworks China researchers says boom it's seeking in who Brooklyn study a peaceful sewage and elsewhere resolution water as say New York that to illegal City its Himalayan and drug other border use municipalities dispute in Amsterdam with India register tailed following loads off considerably the death of complaints of twenty in the first Indian month soldiers for many of fireworks the coronavirus in the most a parade violent locked on the fourth confrontation down of in July the Netherlands but in decades try having to listen the K. to them W. the almost foreign R. ministry research every says night institute these both says are sides the sounds want the to reductions of resolve illegal the matter possibly fireworks caused through dialogue from by the city lack of and rooftops tourists consultation visiting and streets the Dutch capital and make efforts I and can to the imagine ease closure of the nightclubs situation and save anthems copies cannabis I'm fine and has quality coffee this shops many fireworks are in magnets the border region for that's foreign what's however visitors on your China's city although residents foreign there minister are like also Jason widely it's he a monkey was used could by posting injure the city's punish on Twitter residents those are behind to asking the deadly win clashes at and the Dutch it's throughout between government the announces forces the northeast lockdown and is warning they've it already New included Delhi been coffee more not than shops thirteen to underestimate in the establishments hundred China's fireworks that were determination closed related down complaints to the safeguard measure to led the city's to a what brief noise it spate considers hot line of panic through its the sovereign first buying of territory half pot of the month and long twenty queues usually in June outside troops there coffee reportedly just shops a few killed people dozen authorities in a confrontation said Julie that Walker take while away China sales New suffered York would an be unknown permitted number of I'm casualties Charles the last I'm month Charles the last month

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China demands India punish those behind deadly clashes

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

China demands India punish those behind deadly clashes

"Dutch fireworks China researchers says boom it's seeking in who Brooklyn study a peaceful sewage and elsewhere resolution water as say New York that to illegal City its Himalayan and drug other border use municipalities dispute in Amsterdam with India register tailed following loads off considerably the death of complaints of twenty in the first Indian month soldiers for many of fireworks the coronavirus in the most a parade violent locked on the fourth confrontation down of in July the Netherlands but in decades try having to listen the K. to them W. the almost foreign R. ministry research every says night institute these both says are sides the sounds want the to reductions of resolve illegal the matter possibly fireworks caused through dialogue from by the city lack of and rooftops tourists consultation visiting and streets the Dutch capital and make efforts I and can to the imagine ease closure of the nightclubs situation and save anthems copies cannabis I'm fine and has quality coffee this shops many fireworks are in magnets the border region for that's foreign what's however visitors on your China's city although residents foreign there minister are like also Jason widely it's he a monkey was used could by posting injure the city's punish on Twitter residents those are behind to asking the deadly win clashes at and the Dutch it's throughout between government the announces forces the northeast lockdown and is warning they've it already New included Delhi been coffee more not than shops thirteen to underestimate in the establishments hundred China's fireworks that were determination closed related down complaints to the safeguard measure to led the city's to a what brief noise it spate considers hot line of panic through its the sovereign first buying of territory half pot of the month and long twenty queues usually in June outside troops there coffee reportedly just shops a few killed people dozen authorities in a confrontation said Julie that Walker take while away China sales New suffered York would an be unknown permitted number of I'm casualties Charles the last I'm month Charles the last month

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Fireworks boom in Brooklyn as residents wonder why the noise

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Fireworks boom in Brooklyn as residents wonder why the noise

"Dutch fireworks researchers boom in who Brooklyn study sewage and elsewhere water as say New York that illegal City and drug other use municipalities in Amsterdam register tailed loads off considerably of complaints in the first month for many of fireworks the coronavirus a parade locked on the fourth down of in July the Netherlands but try having to listen the K. to them W. almost R. research every night institute these says are the sounds the reductions of illegal possibly fireworks caused from by the city lack of rooftops tourists visiting and streets the Dutch capital I and can the imagine closure of nightclubs anthems cannabis and has coffee this shops many fireworks are magnets for that's foreign what's visitors on your city although residents there are like also Jason widely he was used by posting the city's on Twitter residents are to asking win at and the Dutch it's throughout government announces the northeast lockdown they've it already included been coffee more than shops thirteen in the establishments hundred fireworks that were closed related down complaints the measure to led the city's to a brief noise spate hot line of panic through the first buying of half pot of the month and long queues usually outside there coffee just shops a few people dozen authorities said Julie that Walker take away sales New York would be permitted I'm Charles the last month

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Fireworks boom in Brooklyn as residents wonder why the noise

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Fireworks boom in Brooklyn as residents wonder why the noise

"Dutch fireworks researchers boom in who Brooklyn study sewage and elsewhere water as say New York that illegal City and drug other use municipalities in Amsterdam register tailed loads off considerably of complaints in the first month for many of fireworks the coronavirus a parade locked on the fourth down of in July the Netherlands but try having to listen the K. to them W. almost R. research every night institute these says are the sounds the reductions of illegal possibly fireworks caused from by the city lack of rooftops tourists visiting and streets the Dutch capital I and can the imagine closure of nightclubs anthems cannabis and has coffee this shops many fireworks are magnets for that's foreign what's visitors on your city although residents there are like also Jason widely he was used by posting the city's on Twitter residents are to asking win at and the Dutch it's throughout government announces the northeast lockdown they've it already included been coffee more than shops thirteen in the establishments hundred fireworks that were closed related down complaints the measure to led the city's to a brief noise spate hot line of panic through the first buying of half pot of the month and long queues usually outside there coffee just shops a few people dozen authorities said Julie that Walker take away sales New York would be permitted I'm Charles the last month

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Fireworks boom in Brooklyn as residents wonder why the noise

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Fireworks boom in Brooklyn as residents wonder why the noise

"Dutch fireworks researchers boom in who Brooklyn study sewage and elsewhere water as say New York that illegal City and drug other use municipalities in Amsterdam register tailed loads off considerably of complaints in the first month for many of fireworks the coronavirus a parade locked on the fourth down of in July the Netherlands but try having to listen the K. to them W. almost R. research every night institute these says are the sounds the reductions of illegal possibly fireworks caused from by the city lack of rooftops tourists visiting and streets the Dutch capital I and can the imagine closure of nightclubs anthems cannabis and has coffee this shops many fireworks are magnets for that's foreign what's visitors on your city although residents there are like also Jason widely he was used by posting the city's on Twitter residents are to asking win at and the Dutch it's throughout government announces the northeast lockdown they've it already included been coffee more than shops thirteen in the establishments hundred fireworks that were closed related down complaints the measure to led the city's to a brief noise spate hot line of panic through the first buying of half pot of the month and long queues usually outside there coffee just shops a few people dozen authorities said Julie that Walker take away sales New York would be permitted I'm Charles the last month

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Pot consumption tails of in Europe mecca Amsterdam

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00:43 sec | Last month

Pot consumption tails of in Europe mecca Amsterdam

"Dutch researchers who study sewage water say that illegal drug use in Amsterdam tailed off considerably in the first month of the coronavirus locked down in the Netherlands the K. W. R. research institute says the reductions possibly caused by the lack of tourists visiting the Dutch capital and the closure of nightclubs anthems cannabis and coffee shops are magnets for foreign visitors although there are also widely used by the city's residents to win at the Dutch government announces lockdown it included coffee shops in the establishments that were closed down the measure led to a brief spate of panic buying of pot and long queues outside coffee shops people authorities said that take away sales would be permitted I'm Charles the last month

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Pot consumption tails of in Europe mecca Amsterdam

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00:43 sec | Last month

Pot consumption tails of in Europe mecca Amsterdam

"Dutch researchers who study sewage water say that illegal drug use in Amsterdam tailed off considerably in the first month of the coronavirus locked down in the Netherlands the K. W. R. research institute says the reductions possibly caused by the lack of tourists visiting the Dutch capital and the closure of nightclubs anthems cannabis and coffee shops are magnets for foreign visitors although there are also widely used by the city's residents to win at the Dutch government announces lockdown it included coffee shops in the establishments that were closed down the measure led to a brief spate of panic buying of pot and long queues outside coffee shops people authorities said that take away sales would be permitted I'm Charles the last month

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"cannabis" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

02:37 min | 2 months ago

"cannabis" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"But. If there isn't an oftentimes, there isn't this why they're on campus. I would ask them to use the lowest effective dose and see okay, are we? Let's look at this now. Cannabis as located as a medicine. We only take it when we need it, and we use the lowest effective. Those this is not the time to. Smoke to get high or use cannabis just because you stayed up all night. You WanNa Sleep, so you just get. Canada's. The No, while you're pregnant. We don't need to do that, but the the. Is. Just it's a it's counseling. It's non judgment. It's caring. Keep the lines of communication open. and. I'll conclude my answering with this. There's no reason on this earth to threaten. Woman, who uses cannabis with taking their child from them or incarceration, or even the slightest disruption in the family, just because of cannabis use, there's no reason for that at all, and I will stand firmly on that and I will testify behalf any pregnant woman who this happens to. Yeah. That's very very awesome to hear. It's something that I've worried about I. Don't know what statistics look like on that, but it's something I've worried about that. As cannabis gets legalized, medical cannabis legalised across states. There's not a lot of guidance from State health agencies about what will happen if you're a pregnant woman or your nursing and you're using cannabis, and let's say Your child injures themselves for some reason, and they get some blood work done. Maybe for some reason they do a toxicology screen and can show up. You know in your child what happens then and. Things happen unfortunately. It largely depends on where you live because. On. How How strict you know, some of that is interpreted, but it breaks my heart thinking that anyone out there you know that has been using cannabis in a responsible way, and that has found that it you know is helping improve quality of life in some way. Ultimately, it's not. Arming anything..

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"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

05:50 min | 2 months ago

"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"I want to know that my medicine that I'm taking is going to be the same today tomorrow in a year from now, and there's happily solutions for both people both kinds of people there is going to be casual users, and there's going to be Geeks who WanNa know everything about the CULTIVAR. Chemo type were yeah and everything in between right so I think it. You know there's. There's so much information is very very complex. We know everybody who's WHO's dealing. Industry knows that they're at so many aspects to it and Bill. Soon, it's a challenge to to spill it all out. Nice accessible. Terms and so that's that's my challenge. Writer given all that complexity in the overall context of this. What parts of it really excite you when you look at the whole scope of cannabis and plant based medicine itself well. This goes back to my I time in Israel toilet I met there for thirty years. Group in the United States. Will be formative chunk of my life was spent overseas and when I came back with five years ago. I was appalled to see what was going on with it. The pharmaceutical industry, and how they just kind of taken over so much of it seems like the the psyche of the American people or large part of their. They were trying to to just to kind of convince people they think could be sick, the some disease or another to so they could sell. Pills in medications and I thought I. Thought that that was just a kind of a gross perversion of of capitalism. You know to just to convince people that you're six. You can make money and. And then give him pills. It will make them sicker so i. I'm excited to. Really give voice to an alternative. That's more natural and. Less less damaging right. There's marketing right, and then you can't watch evening news without seeing ads for while restless leg, syndrome or What have you as you say? It's almost like they're looking for conditions. And then it's mind-blowing not to mention the whole opioid fiasco that has been lethal for any people exactly. It's just a moral crime. Yeah, to spend our tax dollars on the anti cannabis measures for decades decades, and then allow the Pharma companies to run rampant, just shoveling. Out. It's mind boggling, right and I think that you know our current pandemic is really underscoring that the you know that the that the healthcare system you know we've come to to place so much trust in in so much You know to rely so much. Upon is really not necessarily so reliable and that maybe we better consider Other options that are more in our control. You can grow cannabis plant in your backyard, right? When you cloth for that matter, part of the culture of the plant to I mean there's the whole Hippie dippy sixty seventies aspect in now is, as it's realized as a cash crop that is going to make money. There's a business class that's coming in. So these are interesting times for somebody on this beat for sure. Yeah, well, you know, I'm I, consider myself very fortunate to. Be. Be Able to write about something that I feel so passionate about and I find so fascinating. So yeah I'm I'm actually really feel very fortunate in grateful that so I've senior byline at Forbes there other places. We should look for you well. I Britain, for Energy Retailer magazine and.

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Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

02:55 min | 2 months ago

"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"That. They may not WANNA get high, but if they're mood is enhanced, that's. Probably not such a bad thing. And you can Kinda dial in the effects I mean we know more now about the various cabinets about the pins. Using dreicer in dialing in the temperature, so you're not incinerating the whole flower at once, you can be a lot more discreet in the facts you're getting. You can choose a cultivar that might work for this purpose right well I. think that you know to go back to this book that were working on. I think that live the cannabis. World has changed dramatically since our youth. And it's confusing. You know you're talking about a dry vaporizer that you can adjust the temperature on I. Know what you're talking about a lot of people, don't they? Don't you know they just know that smoking a joint? Right and so so there's a lot to explain here about turbines. What Turpin you know? Why is why does that matter and I think that that's you know there's really the our idea to to come up with this book just to came out of this tremendous need for just really reliable information that's tailored for for baby boomers. That have some they have. They're not complete strangers to the plant, but they've just have haven't kept up with all the advances that have happened in you know in the interim decades since they were familiar with it. We've had Dr cap on the show, and he is so knowledgeable and he's very accessible and he has a way of kind of breaking it down. And he's prolific. He puts out a lot of content himself. So you have a great partner. They're to write a book and great collaborator I know I'm very fortunate. I, know we we're we working well together. It is interesting. There are so many complexities. It's almost like a sommelier. Knows can taste the wine and tell you where it came from. And there's there's so many subtleties and again. I, we often talk about test and learn you know we're bringing our own genetics to this plant that has very different genetics, and maybe within the same plant, or even on the same bud, the flower from the tip of the buds going to be different from at the base of the bud. So there's all sorts of complexity to this. It's like a a three D. Matrix, and there's so many different variables, so it's a big job to simplify it right and I think they're going to be people who who just you know, just rebel in that the variety and be. You know all the different options and impossibilities going into an incredibly well-stocked wine store. You know just all the different chemo. Bars of of cannabis in interpreting profiles in you know, and then there are other people will say no I. Don't want that..

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Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

03:58 min | 2 months ago

"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"The physical. Challenges of getting old? The chronic pain in the you know the insomnia. All those things cannabis can help with, but I think also. When? At the s we lift these long lives and are thinking. Get tense to get a little rigid. Cannabis is an opportunity to open up a little bit to you know, take a different perspective to also to relate to our bodies in a different way, maybe to you the to reestablish relationship with our our physicality. If it's dancing if it's you know sexual intimacy on these things are are possibilities that cannabis can enhance so i. think that that you know that cannabis can have a huge role to play in a new kind of aging, and this is what I'm going to be writing about in this book. That's amazing. We'll definitely be looking for that. When it comes out, have a title yet, or is it a work in progress? Have a provisional title. We're still. We're still looking for a publisher, okay? Boy I like the thesis, though I mean in a way, baby boomers. We made a cult of our own youth. And here, we are decades later with this old acquaintance myself. In college experimented a lot. Maybe did some waking in baking, but once I entered the world I put cannabis aside for decades. I didn't touch it. But a lot of us may be alcohol is your social lubricant of choice and after a while you go maybe have had enough of that. Right well I think that that model you know it's interesting that there's A. Cannabis marketing firm for a data analysis firm that that talked about. About boomerangs those are baby boomers that like you and like me that you know. We smoked pot in college, and then we you know. When we got married and had kids, we stopped for decades. And now we're discovering this old friend. You know that we're a little nervous about. It used to make us really paranoid. We don't want to. You know an owner. Feel that paranoia again and you know and yes, we. We heard that it's really strong now and to be really careful, and you know it's really dangerous, and and we're starting to say well. Wait a minute. Maybe you know. Maybe it's not so dangerous. Maybe it is worth exploring, and that's really what I hope to with my writing to help. People understand that they don't it. It's worth exploring. It's not for everybody. Some people won't like it some people. It's not gonNA help. But but it's definitely worth a try and. It's nothing to be afraid of right. Do you find acceptance of that I mean you know I use a C. Bomb on my knees, and if I do think I'm GonNa, have insomnia, sometimes if I have a day of anxiety, take a half a gummy like a five milligram Indika gummy and I sleep really well. I know I'm not taking Ambien or something so I wake up refreshed and I know I'm not going to risk being addicted to it while the other little applications like that. Do you find that more boomers are returning to those sorts of uses well? I think that that. I'm working on my book with a Co authored a Dr Benjamin Kaplan out of Boston and he has it. You know just a wealth of experience with many different patients and many baby boomers. And older adults, and they come to him. with with concerns, but I think many of them say they don't WanNa get high. They're afraid of the. They, you know just don't WanNa. Feel any kind of intoxication. And I think that you know he helps them understand that that that that's. Definitely achievable and and also I think..

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Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

05:55 min | 2 months ago

"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"So there are the Israeli. Government actually encourages and. Provides in financial incentives for for startups in the cannabis base. When you think about it, cannabis has applications for almost everyone as you as you mentioned we all have an endo can have annoyed system and because of Dr. Mushrooms Work and others. We now understand you don't have to get high if you don't want to. There's a lot of cannabinoid have different properties that are anti inflammatory and many other things that are beneficial right so as that research continues in Israel and in the US. Do you see the stigma abating in DC legalization coming closer? I think in Israel. They were in. You know they have a medical cannabis program for for a long time. And I think that. In terms of legalization in the United States well. Maybe maybe the breakers that come out of Israel will contribute to changing attitudes here in the United States. Is You know it's a tough nut here to crack for so many reasons but. But what an interesting one, they've more interesting researchers WHO's working in Israel and who I hope to be writing about soon. Is Professor David Eerie at the TAP NEON and he's. He's done work a lot of work, really groundbreaking research on cancer. And looking at the different cabinets, and and to see how they're affected for different types of cancers, and you know he this is a wide open area, and it's it's just a huge undertaking to because the the sensitivities to the different combinations of canals for different types of cancer. It's it's just really staggering, but. I heard him speak the other day, and he was talking about the the interviewer asked him what he was excited about. What was most interesting for him, and he said Oh. I I'm just really excited about the work on Like nor degenerative diseases in Alzheimer's. And so of course he might yours pipped up immediately because. These are the the conditions have for the population that I'm most interested in which is baby and the elderly and so I do plan on hopefully interviewing him about that in just a little further to get his insights on why he is excited about that. that area so that should be an article? Hopefully that I'll I'll have in the coming weeks. Yeah, well, there's definitely a lot of interest in my listeners. Probably know in my family I've had Alzheimer's. Will I haven't yet, but my mom had had it in a unfortunately. Pass away from it and I have direct experience in that world where there's so many pharmaceutical agents that are. Are prescribed a Lotta Times. They don't seem to do any good. So the utility of something that's organic and non toxic and doesn't have that side effect profile in could possibly give some relief is really exciting. Well I've I've had I've explored this issue with with a number of people in really. I started I think that one of the first conversation was with the family member who? Who just was distraught over saying his father. who had you know had once been a you know the family patriarch, and was now really suffering from terrible agitation sleeplessness with dementia, and you know the the. Facility was in West. Give they just trying so many different drugs, and and nothing was helping him, and finally one of the grandchildren brought in a cannabis gummy, and gave it to their grandfather, and he just for the first night for first time in New Year's Eve. He had a good night's sleep. The next day was communicative. and. and. The family was so moved that they they decided to fund research on using cannabis to treat the symptoms of..

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Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

05:33 min | 2 months ago

"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"Hits Tom, yes, I am a baby, boomer and part of that generation that grew up with the cheech and Chong and donors in High Times magazine, and all that stuff course. We know there's a lot more to the plant than that right now, and that's why today's guest is Abby Rosner. She writes for Forbes and other media outlets. She's working on a book with Dr. Ben Kaplan who we've had. Had on the show before very knowledgeable duo, so we're looking for to that book, but in this interview we go over many of the things that are happening right now about how cannabis really is legit. Medicine and I think you'll enjoy it. Thanks to Danny in Milwaukee for production, and making a sound good and I hope you're safe and sound in ready for summer once we can get outside, thanks. This is let's talk about the cannabis podcast CBD microdosing in all things related to medical cannabis for baby boomers from San Diego. Here's your host Thomas J. It's Tom. Welcome back to the cannabis podcast this week. We have journalists Abby Rosner. How are you, abby? I'm great. How are you really good? We're kinda making our way through the pandemic I. Always liked to talk with journalists I began as a journalist and worked for some newspapers in southern California you're writing for Forbes and for other media outlets, and somehow you found cannabis and kind of made that your beat. How did that come about? Well I've been a writer for many years I'm I'm a Cana boomer. Myself and I have been working as a freelance writer for decades and for longtime lived in Israel. And at that time I became very interested in traditional food ways, and particularly was interested in foraging. And seeing how? The local Palestinian and other Bedouin Arab communities were. Were Sustaining themselves. In large part well, actually Kinda peripherally, but with these indigenous. Local foods local plants, and so to me this relationship that you could have with local plants as kind of a gift from nature was very compelling to me. And as I started to to really sharpen my focus on the kind of. Plants that nature provides..

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Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

08:15 min | 2 months ago

"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"A vaporizer would do tension to Cultivar. What about sort of the administration of the cannabis hard to say for me personally? What works for me personally. Might not work for another person. I do not inject edibles. I stick more to inhalation because I I I appreciate the ability to time when I'm going to be High and though length of time and I just don't react as well to edibles so I I stick with inhalation and I would recommend people to to have experiments that was what works for them Especially if you're going to use cannabis for Meditation Baptist to stick to a cultivar you know doesn't induce anxiety or causing any ill side effects for them and You know I'm just kind of go with that. It's it's hard to say You know like these certain cultivars versus other cultivars because it really is cannabis is by phase it right. It can affect one person one way and the exact same dose will affect another person like almost the opposite way so find what works best for you and then go. Is that right? I mean we often talk about test and learn and go low and slow. It makes sense for me to hear that inhalation is kind of the preferred method. Because it's immediate. You don't have to wait and you're able to kind of titrate your dose and and get to where you want to be faster than if you're kind of playing Ralph edibles. Edibles are those are like a classic themselves almost in my own a different drug Just because of the effect it has on me but I know some people for some people that's their that's they're seeing so I really think it depends on the person and just like the meditation practice will be different. Some people love to you'd be and use per probe's not works for them and other people you know like myself and like I flew like that's you know sitting there just not my thing. I mean the actually. I probably shouldn't eat get better at sitting there but I have a hard time doing that left. I've been able to move earth so you know so I've got a I've got do. I WANNA support my own body my own consciousness Until I encourage people to see that with candidates to GE- mentioned APPs there are some apps out there. I just mainly guided meditation. Right right great apps. There's the APP I waking up. There's also one called inside timer to have a lot of beautiful a timer chimes and it's nice to get it track your meditation session. So that's kind of Nice if you you know Just just kind of experimenting and having like something something really like to and And calm and then there's the Ascom Had space there are different programs. Talked about brain speaker notation. There are different programs that involve rain and treatment where they'll play different frequencies in your headphones to To synchronize your brain and life flow is one such program that I've tried that I recommend so any you know any of those are actually you know definitely give them a right. Because it's you know it's just another pathway into you know call me nervous. It's done instilling the mind the only thing I do say I just like the point now is to really go with your own intuition. Really really just trust yourself and what feels best and like the most productive for whatever you know whatever you're doing there's the sane Like if you need the Buddha on the road kill him We're sounds sort of harsh but it's like it really the meaning is like you know you. There's no there's no guru outside of you like you be your own Guru so you know you you don't. You're not going to need the Buddha like you are and what you're doing with your practice. You're cultivating that state of Buddha Hood for you and so that that's That's the most important part as far as like figuring out what techniques that you Are Using to reach stated meditation and it's important to remember that the techniques themselves like don't ever mistake the technique for the state to reaching like that's not the point You know we can kind of like attach like this is what I do and now this is you know you kind of re forget that like. It's you know the method that you're using is not actually point of what the meditation experiences. It's reaching that meditation level and then letting the technique follow away. You know everyone has their own way of getting there. So they're really really just experiment with it and one thing I like to Like a little thing. I have a little thing. If that's okay as a Like a mini meditation. That people can do so when rbis this In and when are when we're in the fighter flight mode number nervous system and which is happening a lot right now. We're in this constant state of hyper vigilant. You know the news keep streaming in although Wesley. Now we're at the beginning of May the concentration of headlines I know the bombardment slowed a little bit and it's still happening but it seems like it's like evened out to be like the same level of crisis every time we're kind of getting along to the state but the law is like you know. We're at high high-speed of awareness and that's you know actually a pretty Negative state or potentially adverse feet for everybody to be in for help because we're under constant stress high levels of Cortisol. So what we wanted to do is try to activate our our Paris. Sorry are Paris and pathetic nervous system and there are a couple of ways that we can do that and So what I started to do like a mini meditation to activate these three ways that I'll give you is to do it while while I'm washing my hands. So it's like a little minute in any meditation or doing something we all should be doing. And it's like you're taking a little chunk of time for yourself to to calm down so what they'll do is like why while you're washing your hands. He three slow breath. And what you WanNa say was emphasized the X. Hail so you're inhaling and then if you really Five the HAIL THE THIRD ONE. Your your parents synthetic nervous system where it's no longer fighter flight. It's the opposite. I can't think of the other little term but That's like the the calm like you're ready. You're on your your. Breathing is regulated. has been activated. And another way to do that. Besides.

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Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

13:14 min | 3 months ago

"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"Hits Tom Welcome. Back to the cannon boomers podcast this week we have rob Megyn back. Originally we had rob on the show last year when we were talking about his book the Essential Cannabis Book interesting foreshadowing on that title. Now that cannabis is seen as essential during this pandemic. We'll talk about that and we're also talking about Rob's new position as an adjunct professor at Stockton University in New Jersey where he's now teaching a class on how to get an internship in the cannabis industry. He's coaching students on how to have conversations with people who might not be receptive to cannabis these telling them how to build a network and he's also giving webinars at Georgetown. Actually rob has his finger in many pies. He has a line of CBD infused condiments that he's bringing to market. He's representing graphic artists. Who specialize in cannabis. He's blogging elsewhere. So He's a guy who doesn't sit still. It's kind of amazing and we're glad to have him back. Enjoy the show and I want to remind you to sign up for our weekly newsletter five boom Friday. So you'll always know who the next guest is other tidbits. And leave us a review at Apple podcasts or stitcher wherever you listen and thanks again to Danny and Milwaukee for making a sound good. And here's rob this is let's talk about the Cannibal podcast. Cbd microdosing in all things related to medical cannabis for baby boomers from San Diego. Here's your host Thomas J. It's Tom we're welcoming back to the PODCAST ROB me. Hey Rob. How're you doing? Well Tom how are you pretty good hanging in there? During the early part of the pandemic I guess who knows how long this will go. But are you doing with social isolation? Well I suppose like everyone. It's a it's a challenge on a daily basis and there are things you just have to kind of muscle through sometimes and there's definitely waves of panic concern. Hopefulness it just it goes up and down on a day-to-day basis. Sometimes don't know what's going to come. I saw chart the other day about the use of unprecedented and it's at unprecedented levels. You're speaking about cannabis. I assume we got back on. Because you're doing something new. You are teaching cannabis to students. I am I have to say it's remarkable that I can refer to myself as a cannabis professor which I think is one of the coolest job titles ever. That's amazing. So where you teaching. I am teaching at Stockton University which is in southern New Jersey. It's relatively close to Atlantic city and it is a A four year state school we do have graduate programs. It is a research institution and it's a great place to teach. There is such a remarkable community and spirit there and I thoroughly enjoyed my time there. Boy that sounds ideal given the circumstances. Did you have a chance to be in the classroom or are you? Have you been all virtual to this point with the class started back in January and it was actually set up as what they call a hybrid. Course and so with a hybrid. Course you do meet in person but then you do a lot of the work online. So that actually was turned out to be fortuitous. I had no idea that having to plan out online activities would be so important Came to came to March so my basic schedule was. I would drive down there on Mondays on Monday. We would have a class. Class lasted roughly hour and a half and then during the week. They had assignments that they would have to complete and then we would go over those again on Monday. We would do in class quizzes. We would do. A little segment called this week in cannabis which was actually a lot of fun to keep the students up debate up to date on what is happening. In the cannabis world both domestically internationally. What'S HAPPENING IN NEW JERSEY? What's happening in the job market? So those are all the things we kind of covered so I had the opportunity to meet with the students about seven or eight times and then the schools closed and we went totally online. And so now I am becoming a zoom master. I bet well. I'm glad you got to meet them. I mean Certainly in person you can read. Body language in intuitively know student gets it or if you need to drill a little deeper. I'm sure there's there's challenges to online teaching. I bet there definitely are there. You can't read the room as easily and of course there's all kinds of different circumstances. Some students keep their camera on some keep their camera off some youth themselves. Some don't and so it really is kind of hard to see where they are although we do have an open little chat forum that we keep going during the class and I can always tell if things are going well because all see a bunch of chatter about either questions they have or someone will contribute something to somebody else's response or somebody will just say something so funny and clever that we actually do have some fun and you can tell at that point I think via the comments as to how engaged they are and unlike some mandatory courses. This is a course that I I imagine. People are very motivated and excited about. They are although I should back up a minute. Say that this is part of a canvas minor and so starting university was the very first university to actually put a minor in canvas studies in place and they did it in such an intelligent way. I've seen other schools that have cannabis education. Now there's roughly about twenty something schools that have jumped in but the thing that's unique about stockton is their minor in cannabis. Studies actually enhances any major. You have and so. I have students who are majoring in journalism English. Science Marketing Sustainable Studies. You name it. And their focus really is on that major but then the nice part is the minor which is comprised of five different courses including one internship. Either on site somewhere or remote. That really adds a Nice Flavor and enhances their major. So if you so if you're a good writer and you're an English major for example. Maybe you work on content work on updating website content there are just so many opportunities and having that minor that taps into what your major is in your the presumably your major passion. That really makes sense. Yeah that's a really interesting way to structure it. It's not straight chemistry or straight law or anything. But you're saying I mean you could major in Chemistry and then have this minor and be well positioned when you get out if you want it to go into the industry. That's exactly right and we actually have a lab on campus in so I do have a chemistry major and for the last couple of years. She has been involved in lab work and she's been testing potency of different. Cbd products so she's getting actual real hands on knowledge of lab protocol and safety and being able to use all the equipment and reporting and so that put her in such good shape. That I know she's going to have about five different job offers as soon as the semester is over. So is your class kind of cannabis one. Oh One do you get into the science of it or the business or is it? A kind of an overarching intro. My class is actually called preparation for cannabis internship and so and so basically what I do. I'm definitely very involved in trying to help them get jobs. So we do some of the nitty gritty of how to write a pitch letter. What to say in an email pitch to someone Let's shape your resume. Let's do some interview practice. We also talk about small business practices but the bulk of the class actually is introducing students to jobs that they don't think are out there so I think most students when they walk into class. They think well I can. I can work in a cultivation operation. I could work in processing slash lab or it can work in a dispensary and so part of my goal and part of what I do. Is I take individual weeks. And we do go over those three major parts of the employment market but then we also look at things like hospitality. We look at support. Things like Delivery installation of security cameras We look at international opportunity so so really. My goal is to have them walk in with a an idea of what they might want to do and when they walk out. Maybe that's affirmed or maybe they've decided. I really learned a lot about hospitality. And I now want to learn how to cook with cannabis for example and. I've had a couple of students that do that so I I really want to open them up to the idea that there are so many facets to the cannabis industry and where you should go is somewhere where you're passionate about it somewhere where it works with your major and that there definitely will be opportunities there. We also built up a community in the classroom. That really is our network said the first day look around these are people who are going to be your bosses your co employees the networks. That will help you get your first job. And so we really do do a lot of work with them. Teams and to really build up kind of cannabis community within our classroom boy. What a great opportunity for your students to have sort of that locational footing while they are learning about the industry. And I know there's a lot of interest in this among my downloads. I look at my analytics. And I had Andrew Ward author of cannabis jobs on a couple of months ago. And that's got a lot of downloads. It's in the top three so year in the hot spot. I mean there's a lot of interest right now there is. Actually what's interesting is I do have a bunch of guest speakers that come in and Andrew. Warde was one of my guest speakers. I actually use his book in my class along with the book that I wrote the essential cannabis book and so I had Andrew come in and talk to students and one thing that they particularly liked was Andrew had a good list of sources that you can tap into to keep up to date on what's happening in the canvas industry so he had a couple of people who were very good with blogs and policy for example. He had people who talked about medical yet. People talked about research. He listed a couple canvas publications so it was. It was sort of Nice at the end of the class. Students had list of about six seven eight really good resources to look at. If they want keep up-to-date and knowledgeable about what's happening in the cannabis industry and in addition sorry in addition to Andrew. I've also had local business. People come in who are starting dispensaries. I had a cannabis journalist come in An Ex Giants football player. Come in Amani toomer. Who's on. Who's on Diane Board for one of the local dispensaries here so we've really had the opportunity to have people come in who are working in the industry and who need employees and that forward-looking aspect too because it is moving fast in a changing fast? I had a recent guests to Andrea homes. Who's a organic chemist? And she was saying you know almost every day she is finding new science. What's is there a good definition because they keep finding new ones as we come out of this pandemic? Oh you know the interesting thing. It's essential knowledge cannabis has been recognized as essential that would have been unheard of two years ago and four to have come so far so fast is amazing and so your students are going to be very well positioned they will and the other thing. That's sort of strange. New Jersey has taken much longer to move their cannabis program forward than I thought. But it's actually kind of benefiting the students because right now we only have and where were a state that has a population of nine million right now? We have nine dispensaries that are open. That's it but we do have Eighteen licenses have been granted and so right now as we speak there are a number of big companies that are Pouring their cement slabs for their cultivation operations. They're setting up their labs they are setting up their dispensaries and all of them are gonNA need employees. And so it strange's if you took the total number of jobs in cannabis in New Jersey right now that is going to double or triple or even quadruple with the next about eighteen months so weirdly. The students that are getting out now with such challenging economy if they go into cannabis in New Jersey. It's probably the best job you could find other than maybe healthcare might be close but Yeah Cannabis is Really starting move here in New Jersey. Were also voting on adult use in November. And it's expected to pass the polls have favorability ratings of anywhere from sixty one to about sixty four percent depending on which poll you look at and if we vote that in that means there's going to be more and more opportunity writing. We seem to talk about this every show. There were hundred years of propaganda where we're told thinks that we're just untrue and as that rolls back and we take back the narrative. There's GonNa be a lot of growth in this industry as as people realize that this is not the devils lettuce. It's it's substance you can use every day. You don't have to get high if you don't want to. There's all kinds of benefits to it. That are coming to light day by day exactly we. We actually covered stigma and our very first class and I told them I said a couple of things. If you are in cannabis first of all you're in the compliance business because anybody who works canvas knows how many rules regulations and policies there are and how they might change day to day. So you you. You're in compliance and the compliance business. And then the second thing is. You're an advocate. If you work in the business you have a responsibility even within your local even within your family your community.

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"cannabis" Discussed on Cannabis Karaoke Podcast

Cannabis Karaoke Podcast

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"cannabis" Discussed on Cannabis Karaoke Podcast

"Oh Hey what's up everybody? You're listening to cannabis Karaoke where we ask you to grab the MIC and tell your story get inside Info from today's most interesting cannabis pioneers and from the first note to the end of the song. Listen Up as you get to hear the stories of success on cannabis carry Yoki. Welcome to another episode of Cannabis Karaoke. I'm your host Danny Keith. And we're still in Kovic. Nineteen locked down. I think people are starting to little egg. I'm seeing some protests around the country. I see people kind of getting. We're getting more divided than we are united but you know it is what it is in the canvas space however were here to talk to thought leaders people that are doing good things people that are either. Maybe maybe there are cannabis hero. And they're out making hand sanitizer and donate people. Maybe it's people that are just trying to keep things legit and out there and relevant and so I'm really blessed to be able to talk to Matt Wagner. Today he's A. He's a serial entrepreneur. We found each other on linked in through the cannabis searches and he the things that I think intrigue me the most was that he worked for normal in the Midwest which is a tough area to really get cannabis stigma reduced or have people even embrace cannabis and then as he had some travels. So I WANNA to. I want to hear about Thailand. I want to hear about your nor cal endeavors. But let's start out with welcoming you the show. Thanks for being here yes sir..

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"cannabis" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

14:31 min | 4 months ago

"cannabis" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"Better and they're looking for more natural approach to health and healing Yeah exactly and so coming back around so you are. You're in medical school. You discovered cannabis and were able to start to function better. Where did your path lead after that Kind of how did the rest of your medical school and go and then with. What did you specialize them so? I specialized in integrative care. So what I knew what I understood that cannabis was part of a holistic movement and that it wasn't going to be the end all be all even sure myself. I knew that when I integrated cannabis I then I could get off the couch. Then maybe I could give a breather and take my back. Brace off for a couple of hours but I needed to utilize those hours and exercise. Do some foam roller exercise. Is maybe take a trip to the acupuncturist. I'm an osteopathic physician so I also use my hands to help heal patients. I DO MANIPULATION. And the tendons and the ligaments so hands on approach for patients so so cannabis breaks that storm. You know it's sort of parts the clouds a little bit and then it allows you to do.

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"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

10:33 min | 4 months ago

"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"But what did I say a respected medical doctor How do you find the respected ones? Well you know there. Most of them are on social media. And if they're not on social media there's people like me summarizing and you know writing about their work and their research conclusions And I like it that way you know. Let them focus on doing the research and getting there the grant money together an hall that and getting us some credible hard science. And then you know. We'll go ahead and we'll tell the world about it will summarize it through our podcasts at our articles and our white papers absolutely. That's what I'm excited about. His sharing being skeptic being doubtful but when you have it scientifically proven than. Let's talk about it. Let's tell people and share the news. Exactly I like that word skeptic think we should all be skeptics right now but skepticism is different than pessimism and anybody who confuses the two is going to get into dangerous waters. Kurt is there anything. We haven't discussed that. We should I would just tell listeners that yeah if you're nervous about you and your loved ones getting this virus you know being impacted by a beyond so economically in our careers and working from home and all that. There's nothing we can do about that. We need to play our part not spreading this right. Not being part of the problem but Here's the way I'm looking at this now. As CD and other components of cannabis are no way preventative. agent or a cure quote unquote for providers or Any other virus we can. We can say that. That's the best doctors and researchers tell us so so that is true however we have credible research and hundreds of thousands of research studies that point toward the cannabinoid. Turpin flavonoids produced by plants like hemp and cannabis improving. Our health and part of that improvement is in our immune response now. If you have a more the stronger immune system right more powerful immune response more effective. Will that help you not a contract A virus or get cancer or any other ailments right. It doesn't add a stronger Body Immune response which all we have proven comes from the Endo adenoid system and you pointed out something excellent a few minutes ago that was not even discovered and the dentist guide until the nineteen nineties. Like most most of us were alive at that point and that just really puts it in perspective so only like eleven percent of graduating medical doctors were taught anything about the Endo cannabinoid system in medical school so And sometimes if they do it's only like fifteen minutes or the process in chapters seven page four and it might be on the test. They're not really even even those who were getting exposure to the ACS medical school. It's not very deep typically so That's another issue we've got here is a doc. I'm afraid you know I'm I don't want to be at risk of corona virus. How can I make myself healthy and avoid it? You Doctors GonNa tell you a lot of strategies and maybe prescribed things to you in order to achieve that right If they don't mention can avenue AIDS serpents and flavonoids from cannabis and hemp whatsoever. I think that's disingenuous to their mission. But that's kind of my opinion right. Not Everybody agrees with that. You're taking a stand and I think I have to agree. I mean what we've learned about our immune system in the Indo cannabinoid system that governs sleep and anxiety and fertility in all kinds of things. In the level of Homeo- stasis you know and I've talked with other guests about cannabis alone isn't the answer. You also need to pay attention to your diet and tears sleep. Yes and yet. You have to exercise but cannabis can be very foundational to wellness and Yeah. I think any medical professional who doesn't know that or doesn't mention that is Not really doing their complete duty anymore. Right I think Convenient Mental Model. Is that you know these cabinets. Interpreting from hemp and cannabis are just another tool in the toolbox. And I like that people like Mark Gordon and Ben Kaplan and Peter grins spoon. Talk about this ally that You know let's not. There are some activists in the cannabis. Space that you know are always putting down big Pharma and there's both good and bad from big Pharma but I don't know about you but I have loved ones who if it weren't for certain pharmaceutical drugs Their life would be a lot worse than they. Currently are and So again cannabis and cannabinoid. Interpreters are merely another tool in the toolbox and we need to consider subjective efficacy of I interviewed. Dr Ben Kaplan for a subjective efficacy article for strain print readers can go listeners can go check it out And we dedicated the entire article to. Why do some patients respond one way and others a totally different way on the exact same molecule the exact same product or the exact same dosage right and at the end of the day is efficacy is very very subjective In fact the same dose of those exact same Cultivar of cannabis that sues and reduces anxiety for one patient. can give another person a panic attack incentive to the emergency room right. Well that's another big piece of this is you have to listen to your own body The as you mentioned the same cultivar could affect both of us in many different ways completely. Different ways that's a big aspect is taking the time to really pay attention to what happens when you inhale this or you eat this or you rub this on in. Maybe keeping a journal. You know I've done whole shows on that that there's enough going on that between your dosage and the CULTIVAR and what results you're expecting in what results who actually get that. It's definitely worth it to track it right and you know. There's a lot of patients and consumers who are currently experimenting with edibles and non inhaled forms of cannabis consumption to get these tabloids into their and Oakland Avenue it system and you know making their health better And I think that's a great thing I continue to spoken. Vape myself but I wouldn't necessarily officially give that advice to others if they really want to look at it And and the framework of a better safe than sorry scenario Yes it is An it's so great that as cannabis patients and consumers we have the option of saying you know what during at least for as long as this pandemic is in place. I'm going to either decrease my smoking or quit smoking. And I'm going to replace it with edibles or transdermal or sub lingual all great ways and you know pain. Patients don't want to wait two hours for an edible so if you go sub lingual or transdermal The efficacy the onset is much faster. Have we covered everything you know? I think we we have an apologized to listeners that we can't you know say better less ambiguous answers than you know. Seek out science-based sources and just be very careful who you listen to again. I don't want to kick anybody any particular source of misinformation and the teeth. This is about innocent consumers and patients getting accurate science based information so yes Genoa. If you're on social media tune into sources like Peterman spoon and Ben Kaplan then Mara Gordon and many many others Who are speaking from a science perspective and by the way this gets messy. Sometimes because they don't always agree with one another but It's typically on very nuanced Topics right Overall they're still striving to embrace evidence based research and just not make assumptions right At at the end of the day statement like CBD preventing cures the CORONA VIRUS IS A. It's wishful thinking I would love that to be the case wouldn't you yes? We all would write but that simple. We just don't have any science showing us that so so that's the situation at the end of the day. Be Very careful where you get your information and who you believe and trust right. Don't believe everything you hear on the Internet. You can be a dog and no one knows so be ready to investigate your sources and again look for that scientific pedigree in that's the ultimate badge of credibility is if someone does have the some science behind them it is but you know just just for the record though there are PhD's MD's and our peaches etcetera that Are Not so based in science or do come from a perspective that causes alarm for some of us So you know yes. I I tend to gravitate toward PhD's and MD's and and you know geneticists and researchers and such in my work. But because of that I've learned that not one hundred percent of those people are coming from the best perspective so again it kind of goes back to life as a bell curve right of all dentists in Nebraska. Some are going to be just a plus wonderful and some not so much well follow the money to is another great piece of Advice. You mentioned so true Yes true. Kurt. Thanks for taking the time. I hope everyone listening is doing well. Listen to Kurt when he tells you that. Cd is not a cure all but it could help you. Stay well at right. I take take. Cbd CG THC in a variety of Turpin on a daily basis and many forms. So I think it's great and in that respect some of these sources of mentioned formation and I are actually agreeing right we're saying. Cbd is good but just remember folks. Don't be spreading this misinformation. That it's a preventative agent or a cure. Because I was very bad words in this context on all right thanks. Thanks Tom. You've been listening to twenty four twenty a special edition podcast series from Canada boomers and Kurt. 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"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

12:12 min | 4 months ago

"cannabis" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"Tom. At Cana boomers and Kurt Robbins author of more than five hundred articles about the science of hemp and cannabis. We're giving twenty cannabis topics twenty minutes each dow you get smarter about. Turpin 's canabal noise cultivars and much much more at our show starts now. Welcome back to Twenty Four Twenty. Our ongoing series. We took a bit of a hiatus. But we're back with episode six and for this episode curtain. I really wanted to focus on corona virus. Like everyone else. It is the big topic of the room right. Kurt that's right it's affecting everyone's lives And you know rarely do things in society. Are they so pervasive right? If you've got kids that affects your kids. Minor in college and You know they're all doing distance learning from remote locations now there. There is no campus in a physical sense at this time being so Yeah this is pretty interesting. Whether you're eight years old or eighty this is affecting you and as always. We're talking about cannabis. Cd and in this context right now. There's been misinformation spread online about a lot of things. But we're focused on cannabis in wellness. So the question has arisen of course is CB or and or cannabis. Can it prevent and or even cure the krona virus? And we know the answer to that right In those are two key words there now for clarity. Because there's obviously a lot of discussion on social media right now I'm I'm telling the world and there are doctors and researchers and HD scientists telling the world. Look when you drop. Words like prevent and cure in the same sentence as virus any type of virus not just corona virus that that is fallacious that it is lacking scientific and reality And you know we need to avoid that There are certain celebrities. And you know. We don't need to get into kicking sand in their faces because for the record this is not about the sources of misinformation urban legends propaganda. Whatever you WANNA call it But it's not scientifically accurate and therefore it is disingenuous to our industry and it's just bad direction for You know I don't I don't want my My parents seeking a solution for their arthritis or their insomnia or their depression. Or whatever Reaching for a product that really you know does not treat said condition and Now further records CD. And this is what you and I have been talking about. Put a lot of time in two CD. Another cannabinoid from hemp and cannabis have a lot of efficacy for many different diseases and conditions. But back to these key terms that are being thrown around by company owners and celebrities and such do they prevent and do they cure a virus of any type and specifically the krona virus. No they do not period. And that's not just my opinion that my opinion is derived from interviews with Harvard Medical Doctors who are currently clinical practitioners. They're at the front lines dealing with sick people And in this day and age some of those people are going to Have a variety of viruses right someone which the Krahn Virus. So they're truly on the front lines and they're all saying The statement that CBD or any constituent element any compound from hamper cannabis that it could even remotely prevent or cure. Corona virus is so patently wrong. It's not even funny so that is not an idea that we want to spread at all. Obviously so who are the sources that that you've talked with? I talked to Dr Peter Grin Spoon. One of my regular folks who I interview for for projects and articles He's Harvard trained. He's written he writes for Harvard. Medical School He he comes from a family of a very intelligent and insightful science-based people like his entire family Also Talk Tomorrow Gordon on a California She is with Aunt Zelda's and has you've interviewed her in the past I she's very evidence and science-based and gets a lot of my respect but Quite honestly when I talk to people like doctrines spoon and Mark Gordon I don't put my own career At risk quite honestly. Because I know I'm going to solid sources They you know the things that come out of their mouth out of their twitter accounts. Don't come out lightly they vet things Very very carefully as scientists and engineers and researchers right. Yes I've had Dr Grin spoon onto and yet he has impeccable credentials and with an education like that. You know that he knows what he's talking about. Of course his father. Lester wrote in the seventies about cannabis Absolutely when he was a voice in the wilderness at the time. Yeah we can talk about that for hours. Because that's an amazing history. I you know Would tell your listeners to yet. Checkout Lester grins spoon. And how he pissed off Richard Nixon in the seventies and the bookie road and He's got a lot of He shared his thoughts and his insight with the world abundantly. So I would recommend checking it out. It's great so Peter Scott a a great education and a Lotta lineage. And he knows what he's talking about. He literally grew up with it. Yeah and Mara to WHO has so much experience testing the plant in a really knows her stuff on this wall so at the front lines when I've interviewed Mara in the past. She's one of my questions was what's the youngest patient. And what's the oldest patient that you've treated and helped with terrapins? These various protocols that they've developed that are very tactical and medicinal. If that's the right way of saying these are not just people making brownies in their backyard. San here eat this and tell me if it helps. Your cancer doesn't work that way right so Again you know I try to choose my sources very carefully. Another one is Dr Ben Kaplan in Boston of the CAD foundation I really respect and enjoy. Dr Kaplan a great deal. He is of note for many reasons. One of which is a resource a knowledge base collection of cannabis and hemp related a medical research that He is assembling through the CD foundation and other efforts of his. And he shares these very He's a busy clinician. And the fact he's able to be so active on social media especially twitter as I've always found very impressive. He feels a certain impulse to share his insights. And you know what he's discovered with the world and specifically with sick people so they can help themselves yes. He's another great source who we've had on the show and I noticed I think he's doing daily things On linked into and again it's all impeccably sourced research. You know he. He links you to peer reviewed sources and You really have to pay attention to who you're listening to in this day and age you know we can talk about the the overall picture. We're all networked in ways that we weren't before but the network dynamics in a crisis where we've already been divided into tribes and people have their sources that they listen to. This isn't a time to listen to sources. That aren't impeccable. Yeah the politics get muddy right Like you say an emotional topics if someone's if our health is at risk if I technically speaking if our lives are at risk the lives of our loved ones who might be immune compromised A lot of us are fortunate that we're not immune compromise but we're surrounded by people who are for a variety of reasons and we you know I think it is our obligation to be sensitive to that well part of that sensitivity is making sure that all of our dialogue social media or with your neighbor over the backyard. You know That it is science based because of just you know we didn't get to walk on the moon in the late sixties and we don't have these coal electric Tesla cars and apple watches and all this great tech. We didn't come to to this point in human history where we're more comfortable and we have more ready access to information being accurate or inaccurate than at any point in our history So I really need to be very careful what we're saying it comes down to when we have celebrity voices regardless of what area they're in They get a lot of listeners in other celebrities by definition because they have a lot of people listening to them liking them and wanting to know about their business ventures in their lifestyle right. And I think that's all great. The enemy in my opinion is misinformation and urban legend and propaganda and BS. It is Not a person or an organization but any personal organization that embraces and tout's misinformation. That's just flagrantly incorrect. Okay let's be precise there Yeah that's that's a hell of a problem because I don't want an innocent patient of any age in any part of the world saying a luck. I'm nervous about this corona virus. I'm GonNa go much some. Cbd and That's GonNa you know. Make sure I don't get it because that's not true. We don't we don't want people going around in their own. Reality distortion field Making assumptions that are simply not based in reality right. And you can't talk about that without actually talking about President who's putting misinformation out there. You have to consider the source. Yes exactly like recently one case you. You mentioned the politician There was also retired sports. Star NFL football player of some merit. saying that actually made the infamous statement that CD can prevent and cure the corona virus. That's a direct quote from the celebrity And this is simply not true but when we do the math and just a little vetting not not a lot just like two minutes of vetting. We see that said. Nfl Star is Owner of a CBD Company. So we have someone who has a vested interest in the prophets made by CBD Company? I am a capitalist. I'm all for it okay. But you know as Jesse Ventura uses sale. Let's follow the money. This is just a straight logic trail You know during a health crisis like this is it helpful to society to say. Hey come enrich me by buying my product. Because I'm telling you it'll either prevent or cure. What ails you right? And that's a dangerous statement to put out there yet. It's really pissing off People like Dr Karen Spoon. And other serious you know doctors and researchers who again. This is like an insult to them because they're on the frontlines think about it. You took your job seriously as Dr. A sick person of any age or stripe came to you and said. Damn I have this virus on. I'm concerned for my life. Helped me right? You're not just GONNA frivolously CEO Hair Munson. Cbd You know. Somebody told me it would help you. Whatevs right not how it works. But we have CEOS and you know this particular. Sports Star has like fifty thousand followers on twitter alone It's you know. There are tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of people listening to these celebrities. Obviously some celebrities have millions of followers on social media. Like Snoop Dogg or Joe Rogan or. I think the Obama. Actually Barack Obama has more followers than anyone on twitter. It's over one hundred thousand one hundred million rather there's distinction to be made. It's not to say that. Cbd Indoor Cannabis might not help you. Stay healthy I mean. There's a lot of ways that it's anti inflammatory. Can help with anxiety can help you.

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"cannabis" Discussed on Cannabis Karaoke Podcast

Cannabis Karaoke Podcast

01:59 min | 5 months ago

"cannabis" Discussed on Cannabis Karaoke Podcast

"Watched the videos. But I've never downloaded that APP or tried to make one but apparently now I'm too and I haven't looked into qube too much but it does seem very cities. One of the challenges we have. I think in the cannabis space that you WANNA do cannabis contents a lot of places still Kinda squeamish about it like instagram gets on my case. Even if I accidentally factionally post like A Menu Board at a club. If I'm going to take a picture in the menu board show surprise instagram. We'll take that picture down and yell at me. Yeah Tried to give away a ball Anton. They're like no. You can't give away a ball for tobacco use but they believe me and so. These are the challenges I think is is for for cannabis touching creators. I don't think creating conscious at Harper finding a place to put it out there. I mean there's we'd tube. Tv give it to us. Baby give it two Cannabis Cup. Tv We have our own CMS CD and delivering proprietary. We don't get shut down so give it to us we. We could talk about it. Yeah Yeah My rates are very reasonable watching. Do That's funny. People will watch this content and to your point Cannabis content is not unlike adult content. Not a lot of places you can live but highly sought after right right. Porn hub is kicking all the ass right now Or or both probably Lick Dan kick up like what's the one about. The guy goes to the doctor. 'cause Dick Attorney warns run the tests that we're not anything wrong with you have you since well. I lost my job. So what you've been doing it mostly just to send home. She does washing poor. How it's only paying for..

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